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Inspect and see if there is any injector wiring issues causing this here as well as any other issues with the engine wiring on top of the engine.If you find any faults with any of the wiring the affected wiring will need repaired to correct this here.If this is or has already been checked and found o.k. let me know so we can continue from here.
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Were the wires actually shorted together and you had to separate them and repair them?
O.k.,with the wires being shorted together this shorts out the engine computer itself internally as the signal and low voltage wires come from the engine computer.When they short like this,this damaged the circuits on the circuit board in the engine computer itself to where the engine computer either needs removed and sent in for repair to a repair center that works on these for your model or removed and replaced to correct this here.I have seen this occur before and this usually damages the computer every time.
This will cause the computer to set other fault codes like you see here as its internal circuits are damaged.I suspect you will need to have your computer either removed and repaired or replaced to correct this fault.
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Check and make sure fuse 1,2 and 4 (all 30 amp) fuses are o.k. in the engine bay fuse panel as these power the engine computer (DME) and fuse 2 powers the cam sensor 2.
If these are all o.k. then the computer has been damaged and needs repaired or replaced.If one or more fuses are found shorted out the affected fuses need replace and then the vehicle re checked to see if it operates properly then.Here is a diagram of the cam sensor 2.
This fuse panel should be under hood in the engine bay area and may be under a plastic cover that needs removed.The diagrams below are the fuse box locations in the engine bay area on this model depending on the version.